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    Some CPU logging help please

    'ey up chaps.

    Got myself in a bit of a tizzy here, just can't seem to find a program, or a way, to accurately record a CPU temperature over a one minute period.

    I'm using a 6c/12t Intel CPU and wish to find my average temperature, per core, over a one minute period, instead of just recording the maximum or something like that.

    Ideally, what I'm after is a program which monitors the temperatures, then over the space of 60 seconds, when I say "go", it'll log the temperature of the 6 cores, indivudally, each second, giving me 6 columns with 60 numbers in each.

    So, my question to you guys is, do you know of a program that does this?

    So far I've tried:
    • Speedfan
    • CoreTemp
    • HWMonitor
    • RealTemp
    • GPU-Z
    • Speccy


    Any help would be massively appreciated. I'm even open to hearing of methods in which I can use a program from the above list.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Some CPU logging help please

    Don't most of them come with logging capability? I know realtemp does if you go into the settings and put a tick in the log file box, other monitoring software probably has something in the settings/options for enabling logging, it should just be a matter of having a route around.

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    Re: Some CPU logging help please

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Don't most of them come with logging capability? I know realtemp does if you go into the settings and put a tick in the log file box, other monitoring software probably has something in the settings/options for enabling logging, it should just be a matter of having a route around.
    Exactly, the last time I saw this was in RivaTuner (aka MSI Afterburner) and years before that in SpeedFan, but in each case it was deeply buried inside the options.

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    Re: Some CPU logging help please

    I've had a fiddle with RealTemp and found there's a RealTempGT which covers 6 cores.

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    Re: Some CPU logging help please

    So, I'm back with the same problem, only this time I need to monitor the temperature of 8 cores on a 9700K. RealTempGT only goes up to 6.
    Does anyone know of anything? RealTempGT was excellent as it produced a very simple Excel spreadsheet that was easy to grab the data from.

    Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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